Martin Graham
Martin Graham
Managing Director

Oaktree Capital

United Kingdom

Prior to joining Oaktree in 2007, Mr. Graham spent three years as an associate in the Financial Restructuring division at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP. Prior experience includes work at Goldman Sachs and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Mr. Graham graduated from the University of Glasgow with an L.L.B. (hons) degree in Scots Law and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree from Oxford University.

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Rising interest rates have led to increased debt costs for asset managers looking to grow their fleets either via the SLB or trading market.

  • Global investor trends: which assets, sectors and geographies are investors deploying capital in 2023 vs 2022?
  • What aviation debt and equity opportunities are appealing to investors today? How can more capital be drawn to the sector?
  • Where is airline EETC paper trading? Where can investors get the best value from both micro and macro bases?
  • Has there been much private investment intro distressed aviation credits?
  • Where are we seeing most recent investor activity: purchasing and financing, or aircraft maintenance?
  • Are increasing debt costs forcing investors towards certain opportunities? How has investor behaviour changed in light of recent rate hikes?
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